Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 25, 2009 (Page 1 of 2)
CHS Football -vs- Catoosa
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Sept. 25, 2009
at Collinsville
Following a Trevor Rabbitt interception on Catoosa's 2nd possession, John Pinney (#85) took a short Shane Douglas pass and covered 44 yards down the sidelines for the only Collinsville points at 7:56 in the fiirst quarter.
2009 CHS Homecoming Queen Jenifer Dyer was crowned by King Michael Leland in the pre-game homecoming ceremony.
The Cardinals were "holding" on this photo play (after the parade and before the game). Royalty kids were Coby Wamego and Chelsea Goddard. L-R: Freshman Paige Prather and Darin Turner, Sophomores Marysa Trost and Shane Goossen, Queen Jenny Dyer and King Michael Leland, Seniors Ricci Smith and Jayce Crowder, & Juniors Beth Ruddle and Shane Douglas.
Paige, Marysa, Jenny, Ricci, and Beth.
Dylan Weabe (#11) couldn't get the ball in place for a Peter Kolosha (#89) extra point kick attempt but managed to scramble and get a pass attempt off that fell incomplete. That left Collinsville with a 6-0 lead on just their second possession of the game.
Isaac Dyer (#23) planted the Catoosa ball carrier at the 20 yard line on Collinsville's kickoff following the first quarter TD.
The Cardinal defense held Catoosa in check most of the evening with Aaron Martinez (#60) and Steven Majike (#36) making this first quarter tackle with Jayce Crowder (#16) and Cody Landers (#10) closing fast.
These were the smiling faces I saw when I peeked inside the Tulsa World's "Game Face Contest" photo booth at Sallee Field Friday night. -- Ted
Patrick Moss (#65) just missed getting to the Catoosa punter on this 1st quarter play. This was the first of two Catoosa punts that were successful despite the punter having to track down bad snaps.
The CHS Softball Lady Cards really did look like Cardinals with their "game faces".
These are just a few of the CHS 1979 grads gathered for homecoming & reunion. I didn't get a group photo of any of the reuion groups if someone would like to submit their class -- Ted (
A few 2010 Seniors showing their spirit Friday.
Josh Pennington (#81) drew a crowd of Catoosa tacklers on this short pass play to Catoosa's 16 yard line near the end of the first quarter. The Cardinal drive stalled and the Cardinal's field goal attempt was short a few plays into the 2nd quarter. Catoosa followed with their only touchdown drive with the big play being a pass that moved Catoosa from their own 16 all the way down to Collinsville's 20 yard line. They eventually scored on a one yard run at 5:49 (on 4th & 1) in the 2nd quarter. They converted their extra point kick for a 6-7 score that held for the remainder of the game.
Will Wood (#44) was up ended on this pass play before gaining any yardage after Catoosa had the lead. Collinsville's hurried punt a few plays later rolled backwards and set up Catoosa at the Card's 31 with 3:18 left in the first half.
Dylan Weabe (#11) broke up this Catoosa pass attempt near the endzone late in the 2nd quarter.
Merin Oakley (#30) looked to be in position for an interception at the Cardinal 10 yard line but the Catoosa reciver went over the top and made the catch instead (after some contact with no flag thrown). Catoosa tried a field goal a few plays later on 4th and 4 (from the 9) with 38.7 seconds left but the kick was low.